This year we will be mostly following Benrik’s ‘change your life’ diary (£12.99, Penguin Viking) to the letter. ‘Its dictates may seem arbitrary, but only thus can we counter the arbitrariness of fate,’ write co-authors Ben Carey and Henrik Delehag. Sounds good enough. On Tuesday, we sent a letter to a mass murderer. Yesterday, we flattered someone to see if it got us anywhere (result still pending). Today, we are gay for a day (in other circumstances, we’d be playing it straight). Tomorrow, we will be discreetly giving people the finger. Log on to www.thiswebsitewillchange yourlife.com and become a part of our new religion.
As part of our series looking at jobs in design studios, we speak to Pelin Morris, wayfinding graphic designer at Endpoint, about her fascination with human behaviour, why she observes
Learn about London’s street signs, visit an exhibition about brilliant craftswomen and find out whether you’ve won a coveted Design Week award.
The 36-year-old cultural event has a new, reversible campaign identity for this year, which features comic strips that tell different tales depending on which way they are read.
The new events space by Mary Duggan Architects can be adapted with translucent curtains that sweep across the room to mark out different areas.